The analysis was runfor 1 × 10 6generations with trees sampled every 10 generations resulting in 1 × 10 5samples.
In agreement with this finding, circadian regulation of wheel runningby light was previously reported in mice lacking rods and cones [ 70 ] .
Total RNA (20 μg) was isolated from various cells and ranon a 1% formaldehyde-agarose gel overnight at 75 V, transferred onto a 0.2 μm nitrocellulose membrane (Millipore Inc.), UV cross-linked, and hybridized overnight at 42°C with 32P-end-labeled 40 mer oligo probes including p21/Waf1, C-myc, Pro-thymosin, Actin, Tat, and Ubiquitin (Loftstrand, Gaithersburg, Md.).
Five to fifty microliters of this preparation were runin a 10% denaturing Tris/Tricine SDS polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis system as described by Schagger and von Jagow [ 42 ] .
We first used a gill net set overnight perpendicular to the shoreline, runningfrom the shore to about a hundred feet into the lake.
The flanking double-circled states F L , F R , and F J are a shorthand for a full IID model of the type in Figure 4, which allow the alignment to be flanked or interrupted by runsof unassigned (independent) residues.
The gel was runat 150 V for 2 hours, dried and autoradiographed.
As a negative control, each sample was runthrough PCR without prior reverse-transcription.
Neighborhood delis ranout of flowers, and NYPD officers were telling onlookers to "say a prayer and move it along, please."
Children come to the Club each day after school; many ride the vans and runinto the building with backpacks and books.
As CyaB is a small protein with no detectable low complexity regions, we used it as a seed to initiate a PSI-BLAST search [ 18 ] (runto convergence, with expect-value for inclusion in profile = .01).
When they're runningwith the wind in their faces and the sun on their backs... or stepping barefoot onto cool, green grass... they would begin to understand what I mean.
Each implementation is runas a separate program.
For enzyme assays, retinal prepared in DMSO was diluted in a 70% methanol: 30% water (v/v) solution and all assays were rununder dim light.
During the NG recordings, we checked with a surgical microscope that the flow ranover the vallate and foliate papillae.
Walk north through Entrepodok and you will reach the main route of Prinse Henrikkade which runsalong the northern edge of the city (this would lead you back to central station if you turned left).
poolside at the Pearl Continental Hotel in downtown Rawalpindi, runningaround Gilgit in disputed Kashmir Province and fending off aggressive beggars on the overnight sleeper train to Karachi.
By runningagainst Giuliani (who has been reported in Vanity Fair to have a mistress--he denies it--and, by all accounts, has a sham marriage), the first lady could exact symbolic revenge on her philandering husband while advancing the fortunes of the Democratic party at the same time!
Terrified children are runningdown a hellish highway that disappears behind them into a smoky vanishing point, a highway that seems to run through a barren and burning plain.
Yet, Microsoft operating-system software is used to runbetween 80 percent and 90 percent of the world's personal computers now, and that share is increasing.
For example, Zhao and Davis reported that cultured pulmonary endothelial cells treated with H 2 O 2 underwent a morphological change that was accompanied by an accumulation/increase in stress fibers runningacross the cells while the dense peripheral bands of most cells were disrupted or eliminated [ 38 ] .
The point is that an implicit theme runningthroughout Backlash is that in a world plagued by stupid, superficial journalism, Newsweek is stupider and more superficial than most print outlets.
The second is that the glory days of classic Hollywood cinema were precisely the days when the studios were most runlike factories churning out a product.
(Naturally, the meter on a Slate subscription doesn't start runninguntil March 9, even if you signed up early.)
We therefore incorporated each of these modified nucleotides into a unique bacterial transcript, generated by runoff transcription from a plasmid into which the gene was cloned.
Ciro Rodriguez for Congress , which randuring the special election, responds to Solis' challenge, to his niche appeal in a district that is also home to two Air Force bases (with presumably more conservative and fewer Hispanic voters), by playing to Rodriguez's strength--education.
The only thing missing is the babe runningup the aisle flinging a hammer at the screen.
Currently, cable lines runpast 97 percent of U.S. homes, and many small communities have a cable TV provider in their central districts where schools and libraries are.
Also, how does Di Fi manage to runwithout a serious opponent?
SAM runswithin Excel.
The River Brathay runsalongside the main road, carrying water from the fells that eventually flows into Lake Windermere.
Betsy McCaughey Ross (who's a head case) and Rep. Carolyn McCarthy of New York (who ranafter her husband was killed and her son injured by a gun-toting lunatic on the Long Island Railroad).
Everyone has assumed that she's runningsince this summer.
Some quality control problems noted at the WP : 1) A story about trials of an experimental anti-autism drug is slugged by the paper "Treatment Counters Autism" even though the story goes on to explain that the drug worked no better in the studies than placebos given to the control group; 2) an AP story the paper runsabout a credit card scam targeting senior military officers fails to mention that the Wall Street Journal broke the news yesterday; 3) over a heart-wrenching story about a 9-year-old boy who concealed the accidental death of his mother for a month, leaving her body in their home because he was afraid of being sent to an orphanage, the Post goes with the bad taste headline of the year, century, and millennium: "MOTHER DIED, BUT BOY, 9, KEPT MUM."
The most notable thing about the film is that the second trailer for the new Star Wars movie runsbefore it.
Analyzing in multiple batches is one means of decreasing this source of error, but runstheriskof increasing error due to multiple batches.
It's more than a little puzzling that the LAT , with a huge Latino population in its coverage area, a paper that has recently given over quite a bit of front-page space to blacks' complaints about their sparse television presence, runsthestoryon Page 12.
From Dhedhálou runanumberof small alleys with up-market cafés and restaurants where you’ll find Iráklion’s young and affluent enjoying iced coffee and a game of backgammon.
Drama is increased by the use of a single lighted showcase runningthelengthof the pitch-dark room with no interruptions, no pauses for breath.
The WP runsastoryinside reporting that a new study shows that the pay gap between average workers and top corporate executives has exploded during the 1990s, going from a ratio of 42 to 1 in 1980 to 419 to 1 last year.
The Post runsapieceinside about the newest humor trend in Russia--jokes about the country's nouveau riche.
(The NYT runsastoryabout it inside.)
As for the character issue, it seems to me to be a convenient canard to distract attention from the fact that the candidates' real differences runthegamutfrom A to... well, pretty much A.
Salon has runaseriesof articles alleging that right-wing philanthropist Richard Mellon Scaife paid off David Hale, a Whitewater witness.
The WP business section runsaninterviewwith AOL's Steve Case, which reveals that the company now handles 80 million e-mails a day, and that up until a few years ago, Case wasn't able to get his parents to understand what he did for a living.
The NYT runsapieceabout the 87-year-old great-grandmother revealed by a forthcoming book to have been an undetected KGB operative, active from the early '40s until the early '70s.
On a less lofty plane, it does seem a bit unfair that the Times gets to cover itself with glory over exposing Wen Ho Lee when the Wall Street Journal ranapieceon page A3 (for breaking news, its version of "page 1") by Carla Anne Robbins conveying essentially the same information on Jan. 7.
To me, the funniest comedians by far, chiefly because much of their humor is linguistic in nature, are the Two Ronnies (Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett), whose TV appearances came to an end early in 1988 with Barker's announced retirement to runabusinessin antiques, for which he doubtlessly acquired a taste from Benny Hill's jokes.
A 17th-century Turkish tent decked out with carpets is one highlight, while other exhibits runthegamutof war and peace from suits of armour to room reconstructions.
Yesterday's New York Times rananotherarticleon Lewinsky, and on political slang in general.
The Guardian rananarticleby former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev about the environmental consequences of the Kosovo air campaign.
The Journal used the word 'foil,' but surprisingly, it did not runaphotoof Pfizer's CEO twirling his black mustache."
"The new heir to the throne, Crown Prince Abdullah, is a young, inexperienced man, who is now supposed to runtheaffairsof state with his father's help," he said.
The LAT op-ed page runsapieceby a University of Chicago law professor that promises "How to Stop Mass Public Shootings."
On March 8 Adrienne Howard and Sue Nelson ranaworkshopfor participants to learn and try marbling fabric using dye.
So we are looking for volunteers who may be interested in runningsomeeventsfor the centre that would bring in some much needed funds.
As Gen. Naumann puts it, "This flaw may be that we believe that no responsible man who is at the helm of a country like Yugoslavia can wish to runtheriskthat his entire country will be bombed into rubble before he gives up."
Runanarticlein your company magazine.
In fact the web would soon be fundamental in runningthebusinessof universities, especially student records and business processes.
Before I left the parts to set I checked the wing sweep by runningalinefrom the forward tip to the firewall and from the aft tip to the centre of the stabilator torque tube.
By Andrew Berry ( 2,168 words; posted Thursday, July 4; to be composted Thursday, July 11 ) On May 6, 1954, at Oxford University's Iffley Road track, Roger Bannister became, by just half a second, the first man to runamilein less than four minutes.
The Times does what it can to unbuff the image, runningapictureof Heston that seems to show him either a) getting a hit off the gunpowder fumes on his fingertips, b) blowing kisses or c) throwing up.
Swift runsthisgiverof delight, even the stream of flowingjuice: Swift runs this giver of delight.
"Most days the health clinic can only afford to runthegeneratorfor three or four hours a day… sometimes not at all."
Currently AMD is runningthebusinessunder the shadow of Intel.
Virtually all of these runsomeformof travel material.
Newsweek also runsanessayfrom Clinton-loyalist-cum-moralist George Stephanopoulos, who urges the prez to come clean.
Earlier this week, the Pakistani paper Dawn rananeditorialabout reports that Pakistani poppy growers are planning to recultivate opium on a bigger scale because they haven't received promised compensation for switching to other crops.
At present they are runningacompetitionfor secondary school students to write a song, make a poster (which will be used for the cover), or write a short article to accompany the CD.
She orders the top eye-shade to runthecompanyas a partnership with her, just as he did with Phil, even though she doesn't really grasp business.